Townsville Rock Fest will not Return

Organisers of the Townsville Rock Fest have decided they will not stage the event again next year after numbers were lower than expected at Saturday’s 10-hour concert.

The event – headlined by Baby Animals and Pseudo Echo, supported by five local cover bands – drew less than 1,500 ticket-holders; not enough to break-even despite widespread [...]Read More

Fake IDs for Young Rockers

Good news for young lovers of classic rock who want to attend this year’s Townsville Rock Fest, with organisers allowing entry to Under 40s as long as they pay a ‘Youngun’s Fee’ to enter the Festival, headlined by Baby Animals and Pseudo Echo.

The Townsville Rock Fest – formerly Not too Old to Dance – [...]Read More

Join the Rock Route & Party Safely

Six local pubs have banded with the Townsville Rock Fest to remind patrons not to drink and drive when they head to the city’s annual Over 40s music festival next month (September 13, 2014).

The Townsville Rock Fest – formerly Not too Old to Dance – has introduced a Rock Bus to ferry music lovers [...]Read More

The Bus that Rocks

Getting to and from the Townsville Rock Fest safely is now easier and even more fun with the addition of the Rock Bus!

The Rock Bus will collect Festival Goers from the Stuart Motel from 1pm on Saturday, September 13, 2014 and continue to pick up passengers from Ross Island Hotel, Commonwealth Hotel, Molly Malone’s, [...]Read More

Tickets to Rock in High Demand

Tickets to see Baby Animals and Pseudo Echo in Townsville are fast disappearing as eager music fans rush to secure their place on the grass at the Townsville Rock Fest (formerly Not too Old to Dance) this September.

Since bookings for the Over 40s-focused event opened on June 1, Townsville’s mature music lovers have been [...]Read More

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